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Blank Rome expands tax group with two additions

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David J Moise and Jill E Misener have joined Blank Rome in its tax, benefits, and private client group in New York.

Both Moise and Misener join the firm from Withers Bergman.

Moise, with over 30 years of experience and a robust federal, state, and local tax practice has joined the firm as a partner. Misener has joined as of counsel and has significant experience in tax procedure and controversy.

Moise focuses on federal, state, and local tax examinations, appeals, and litigation matters, as well as federal and multi-state voluntary disclosures. He also has significant experience with tax collection procedures, including tax liens and levies, as well as collection administrative appeals, installment agreements, and offers in compromise. Further, he has extensive experience with regards to various treaty issues, such as disputes between the US and the UK, resolving key issues and working with the relevant Competent Authority to avoid duplicative taxes.

Misener represents high-net worth individuals and entities before federal and state tax authorities in controversy resolution matters, bringing her experience in examinations, administrative appeals, voluntary disclosures, and collection matters with her to Blank Rome.

David Moise - Blank Rome 100 x 90

David Moise

Jill Misener - Blank Rome LLP 100 x 90

Jill E Misener

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